John Adams Library copy contains portion of dedication filled in by hand; signed "Lehouæ." Signature on 2nd flyleaf, crossed out: "Robertus Baellie." Contains additional leaf printed for the Collegium Grassinaeum of the Academie de Paris in 1657; this copy was given as first prize in Oration to a student of that year. It states: Ego infra scriptus Presbyter & Collegii Grassinorum in Academia Parisiensi Primaries, testor 'Ingenuum adolescentem Jo Ludovicum de Garibal secundum graca'---Orationis praemium in prima Classe iure merito cosecutum illoque donatum esse Die '28.' Augusti, Anni millesimi sexcentesimi quinquagesimi 'septimi' in solemni praemiorum distributione, & frequenti Virorum Ordinum Omnium consessu in cuius rei fidem hic chirographum apposui. 'Lehoux'.
John Adams Library copy transferred from the supervisors of the Temple and School Fund. Quincy, Mass., 1894
Very tight margins along the gutter of the book. Some letters were cut off. Also the text is often printed off center.